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    "We Are Not Alone" - Reyo-San Pictures
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    Hello DVXers...

    Comments and criticizms welcome.

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    W e A r e N o t A l o n e - an allegory.









    Credits:


    Writing/Direction/Editing/Music/Lighting/Sound & Visual Effects:
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    Brian Kaz


    Produced by:
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    Charlie Farve Hayes & Blake Balu


    Starring:
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    Blake Balu & Ashley Ricord










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    I'll post an official review at a later time but after watching about 15 or so films; this is the first one that is a stand out.

    I loved it. Bravo.


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    Thank you!
    But man, after just seeing Macgregor's beautifully shot Similo, my confidence is going bye-bye...


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    I think we have a winner here.

    Without being technically perfect, i enjoyed it more than Spielberg´s film.


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    I agree; this film really set a nice vibe from the get-go and held it. Definately set the mood for me.


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    Far the best CGI I saw up to now. The only thing I could say about the movie is that is was too "War of the Worlds", but I liked the movie.


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    Excellet effects. You had me from the start to the finish. Excellent job.
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    highest ranked film i seen yet.
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    Yeah, under normal circumstances I would have tried to come up with something as original as possible but the devastation here in N.O. was too hard to pass up for "instant production value".

    And of course, it's supposed to be an allergory to our hurricane experience.


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    a question...

    why did you make the decision to have the camera go out of focus when it pans up to the alien spacecraft?

    While the CG work/visual style is very good/professional throughout, this kind of self-reflexivity isn't present anywhere else in the film. I guess it just took me out of the film for a second.

    Overall though, your piece is very strong. It has a clear idea and concept that is well executed--something that is clearly absent in the entries that I've watched so far. Awesome job.

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